Yuri Petrov, a postgraduate student of the Department of Radiophysics at the Faculty of Physics of VSU, became the winner of the Young Scientists 2.0 competition. Yuri will receive 200,000 roubles for scientific research. A total of 20 young Russian scientists will receive similar support.
The work “Improving the Efficiency of Ultra-Wideband Wireless Communication Systems” is supervised by Yuri Korchagin, Head of the Department, and Konstantin Titov, Associate Professor of the Department of Radiophysics.
The competition is held by the Gennady Komissarov Foundation for Support of Young Scientists, it has 4 categories: financial support (200 and 100 thousand roubles) and purchase of research materials (200 and 100 thousand roubles). In 2022, more than 5.5 thousand applications were submitted in 7 scientific fields. Based on the results of the first off-site stage, 361 projects were selected, while 90 projects became finalists.
Photo from Yuri Petrov’s VK page